This is a pretty good bag. With one detail problem: the inside securing straps are too short, by about 6" on each side. Fortunately for me, I had some very similar webbing in my sewing room. I cut and heat-seared the ends and spliced in on each side, an additional 7" of webbing. The webbing I had wasn't exactly the same; it was slightly narrower; but it worked. If I had not done this, I couldn't get the velcro to stick. I have a 6 quart oval "programmable" cooker that this bag holds beautifully, otherwise. I have some older bags that are green outside and designed for the cookers that had the molded glass lids with single molded handle. These bags would not hold the new style lids, without some kind of fastener. The older bags have two elastic loops sewn into the seam at the base of the bag. In them, the elastic is starting to get "dry-rot" now. I think I can correct this too. My point is maybe the new bags could have elastic inset in the webbing straps. If I had some elastic the width, I might have done just that with my new bag. To a recent church dinner, I used my old bag to carry my "new" 6 quart oval cooker. My husband tied the elastic loops together across the lid. It was after the church dinner I ordered this bag. I have not yet used this bag to carry my cooker out of the house. I think the older bags had better insulation than this bag. But, all hold the cookers they are intended for.
At some point between the design of this bag and manufacture, there was a calculation error on the length of the inside securing straps. I do like that little leatherette piece that goes over the handle of the lid.